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The Sycamore is one of the most popular bars in the Mission District and is frequented by college students and after-work crowd. They have great happy hours starting from 4:00p to 7:00p and this is exactly when the place starts getting busy. As the evening progresses, you can see patrons enjoying their beers and delicious pub fare which includes American classics like burgers, waffle chicken, salads and more. On a bright and clear day, one should explore their lovely patio. The strange graffiti on the walls, gives the place an interesting look.
Baroque ceiling frescoes complement the aquamarine banquettes and arched windows at this art deco restaurant tucked in Hotel Bijou in the heart of Tenderloin district of San Francisco. Cooking with the two ancient techniques of fermentation and live fire cooking , the chefs delight diners with an array of dishes ranging from sourdough rolls with duck liver mousse to grilled trout and charred roast carrots. Innovative cocktails and bar food are top notch too. The 10 course tasting menu. from the appetizers to the s'mores dessert is delicious. Numerous small plates reflect the remarkably complex culinary heritage of San Francisco, incorporating elements and techniques from diverse cultures.
This Michelin Star restaurant serves the best sushi in the city, importing fresh fish from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market and using traditional culinary techniques. With a prix fixe menu, you will be served a five-course meal, interspersed with delightful amuse bouche. Pair your delectable food from over 600 reserved wines, sake or rare whiskeys. The servers and the sommelier will make recommendations to enhance your experience here. With a seasonal menu, contemporary art pieces adorning the walls, modern and neat interiors, impeccable service, and spectacular food, your dining experience at Hashiri will be memorable.
Don't show up to Marianne's and expect to get in without a reservation, this invite-only bar keeps itself hidden away in order to ensure an intimate and relaxing location for its honored guests. Tucked inside the Cavalier restaurant and hidden behind a bookcase, and further protected behind a password-enforced door, you'll feel like you're living in the prohibition age where alcohol was illegal and you had to hide bars from the police. Once you make it inside the bar has an intimate and old world charm. If you do want to see inside keep your eyes out for deals and you might be able to score a seat inside.
Voted as the best sports pub in San Francisco by SF Travel, The Chieftain is an authentic Irish pub that offers great food and good times. The impressive bar offers an extensive whiskey and liquor selection along with 21 beers on draft. Famous Irish pub-grubs such as fish and chips, lamb burger and Irish stew are popular items here. There is also a daily specials menu for those looking for a change. With weekly live music events, the bar offers a festive ambiance apt for a fun night out with friends. In addition to catering services, The Chieftain also hosts private parties and special events.
Located in The Alise, the Pineapple Bistro & Bar is the perfect place for a drink or a snack. With an upscale food menu and delicious drinks, in the morning you can enjoy a cup of coffee and homemade granola and in the evening try a cocktail and a cheese platter. Take a moment to admire the sophisticated yet slightly quirky ambience with pineapple decor in a few unexpected places and a bright red baby grand piano. This bar is sure to charm you.